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Manipur Violence: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk urges authorities to address root causes
IFP Bureau25 May 2023
“The recent violence in Manipur, Northeast India, revealed the underlying tensions between different ethnic and indigenous groups. I urge the authorities to respond to the situation quickly, including by investigating and addressing the root causes of the violence in line with their international human rights obligations."
IFP Bureau21 Mar 2023
The US Country Reports on Human Rights Practices details crimes against humanity and human rights violation across several countries.
IFP Bureau7 Mar 2023
"...We call upon the government of India to recognize indigenous peoples' self-determined rights over our land and resources in the North East."
IFP Bureau29 Dec 2022
A one-day workshop on preventing child marriage in Manipur held in Imphal stressed child marriage as voilation of child rights and biggest barrier in the development of a child..
IFP Bureau24 Dec 2022
Youth’s Forum for Protection of Human Rights urged the offices of the deputy commissioners of different districts to review the issuance of licensed guns and to trace the easily available of unauthorised arms in Manipur.
Jose Kalathil13 Dec 2022
Dr Shirin Ebadi, the Nobel laureate and defence lawyer for Mahvash and Fariba during their first trial, said in 2008 that “not a shred of evidence” was offered to prove the national security charges or other allegations. Nor was any new evidence forthcoming at this latest trial.
IFP Bureau9 Dec 2022
Many are awaiting to raise their grievances and complaints of rights violations before the MHRC, as it remains non-functional since the retirement of acting chairperson Khaidem Mani..
Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh17 Oct 2022
By awarding the Nobel Peace Prize for 2022 to Ales Bialiatski, Memorial and Center for Civil Liberties, the Norwegian Nobel Committee wishes to honour three outstanding champions of human rights, democracy and peaceful coexistence in the neighboring countries Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.
IFP Bureau15 Jul 2022
The MHRC, after deliberating the plea of two persons arrested in two separate cases, found the charges levelled against them as illegal and directed the state police to pay compensation of Rs 50,000 each.
IFP Bureau12 Jul 2022
Denying prosecution sanction and harassing victim families is the new norm: EEVFAM
Kangpokpi Correspondent1 Jun 2022
KWOHR stated that it does not believe in resorting to such hate mongering and name callings which are detrimental to society as a whole.
Kangpokpi Correspondent26 May 2022
The Kuki Overseas Community Network condemned the alleged arbitrary arrest and detention of Mark Haokip and stated that the FIRs were lodged against the IHRA president with ulterior motives and ill intention.
Kaybie Chongloi26 May 2022
The arrest of IHRA Manipur Chapter president Dr Mark Thangmang Haokip on Tuesday witnessed a massive protest rally in various parts of the hill districts, including Churachandpur, and Sadar Hills Kangpokpi district.